It was a pleasure to speak with Dr Lynda Grine (Ghent University Hospital, Ghent, Belgium) about her research into the effects of intermittent fasting on psoriasis.
Her presentation entitled ‘Interim results of the MANGO trial: effects of modified intermittent fasting in psoriasis’ was presented at the EADV Spring Symposium, 6-7 May 2021.
- Could you give us a brief overview of the comorbidities, including metabolic syndrome and leaky gut syndrome, associated with psoriasis? (0:05)
- What is the rationale for intermittent fasting in psoriasis patients? (1:19)
- Could you tell us a little about the MANGO trial protocol? (3:21)
- When will the results be available? (4:47)
Disclosures: Dr Lynda Grine has nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview.
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media. Interview conducted by Gina Furnival.
Filmed as a highlight of EADV Spring 2021 (Virtual).
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